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Case Study: QuinceaƱera

Join the filmmakers, key cast, and crew as we celebrate independent filmmaking at its fiercest with this case study analysis of the competition film QUINCEANERA by Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer. Every independent film is a small miracle in the making, with enough twists and turns and roadblocks to fill a short novel. What were the key decisions, technologies and personalities that brought this film to life? What was the vision and how was it realized? What was behind the decision to shoot on HD? This case study will be moderated by pioneering independent filmmaker Todd Haynes, best known for such films as Poison, and Far From Heaven.

Credits

Todd Haynes
Panelist
Wash Westmoreland
Panelist
Richard Glatzer
Panelist
Anne Clements
Panelist
Eric Steelberg
Panelist
Jesse Garcia
Panelist
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